We strongly believe that all our products should be made with the minimum of processing, using pure and natural ingredients derived from plant and mineral sources. All the natural plant ingredients in our masques are grown using sustainability farming methods - hoorah for sustainability! Heather and Colin our brilliant herbalists who develop our products lead the way in looking for brand new and unusual ingredients.
Almond oil is suitable for all skin types, is has a light, sweet aroma that targets dry skin to moisturise and nourish. This vitamin E rich, non-greasy oil softens the skin and with Vitamins A, B1, B2 and B6 delays the aging process.
Aloe Vera has been used for more than 6000 years to treat different skin issues and contains a gel packed with active ingredients to help cool, soothe and soften the skin.
Apricots are great for mature, dry, sensitive or inflamed skin and contain super-effective antioxidants which nourish and make skin feel fresher.
Arbutin is a particular anti-oxidant that interferes with the production of melanin leading to a whitening and brightening effect on the skin. Older skin tends to be richer in melanin which dulls its appearance and makes it look old. Arbutin reverses this specific process to give brighter looking skin.
Arctic Cloudberry juices from the glacial heights of Scandinavia work their magic to help maintain skins natural barrier.
Used to naturally lighten and even out skin tone, while reducing the appearance of age spots.
A natural wax produced in the beehive of honey bees. Beeswax is one of natures most wonderful ingredients to use. It has wonderful moisturising, soothing and softening properties enabling skin and lips retain moisture once applied.
Blueberries are not only good for your skin, but they are a good mood stimulant.
They contain Vitamins C & B and help to reduce inflammation, which in turn will help reduce the appearance of acne.
Great for aches, pains and sore muscles.
Camphor gently warms the skin when applied, easing inflamed muscles.
Gently lifts out impurities from deep down within the skin to removes toxins.
Co-Enzyme Q10 commonly known as CoQ10, is a vitamin-like substance that occurs naturally in every cell of the human body. Science is discovering that CoQ10 benefits include everything from helping prevent heart attacks and high blood pressure to treating Parkinson’s disease, managing diabetes, increasing energy and stamina, boosting immunity, and even losing weight. Coenzyme Q10 is essential to the production of energy at the cellular level, and the organs that use the most energy (like the heart and liver) have the highest concentrations of Coenzyme Q10. Its job is to help transform fats and sugars into energy. CoQ10 works as an anti-oxidant derived from its energy carrier function. It also regenerates other antioxidants such as vitamin E.
The Cocoa seeds we use are both Organic and Fair Trade certified!
Cocoa butter is extremely moisturising which in turn is good for dry skin and chapped lips. Vitamin E rich, this ingredient conditions and protects when applied, with the added bonus of its unique, rich smell.
Collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity. Its degradation leads to wrinkles and ageing.
Colloidal Platinum has powerful anti-oxidant properties which re-charge, re-hydrate and protect the skin. It also makes the skin more receptive to other anti-ageing ingredients, thereby heightening their effectiveness.
Cranberries are hailed as a super-fruit for their Omega’s 3, 6 & 9 rich and anti-oxidant properties. The natural oils are easily absorbed by the skin and help to avoid premature aging.
Soothing, cooling and calming; cucumber is packed full of Vitamins A and C which refine pores, moisturise and refresh skin.
Rose petals were scattered at weddings to ensure a happy marriage and to aid meditation, the light floral scent of the Damask Rose will relax your mind and soul and leave your skin moisturised and hydrated.
The mineral rich content removes dead skin and dirt, which leaves skin soft and hydrated.
Dead Sea salt can also help reduce inflammation and improve circulation which can cause cellulite.
Dragon fruit is rich in vitamins C, B1, B2 and B3. well-known for its anti-aging and healing properties.
This wonder flower offers some benefits such as; hydration, rejuvenation, repairing and anti-aging properties.
Ginger helps to reduce skin inflammation, whilst ensuring elasticity and firmness is maintained.
There is also an antibacterial element which can help to cleanse skin, ridding it of trapped dirt and grime.
Has skin clearing properties, and is high in vitamin C, leaves skin fresh and smooth.
The Chinese have drunk and used Green Tea in medicine for over 4,000 years, due to its anti-oxidant complex, it protects the skin from free radicals which can speed up the aging process.
The national flower of Korea, Hibiscus is packed full of Vitamin C, E and anti-inflammatory helping to increase elasticity and moisture levels in skin and rehydrate hair.
Ancient Egyptians used honey to embalm the dead while Mayan’s regard the bee as sacred.
Honey keeps skin hydrated and fresh while preventing further drying, its antioxidant soothing texture make it a perfect ingredient for lip balm.
Hyaluronic acid is an humenctant that exist naturally in living organisms. Its role is to hold moisture in the skin. The loss of Hyaluronic Acid promotes the ageing process – skin dryness and wrinkling.
Jojoba oil is used as a moisturising agent, leaving skin smooth and fresh.
The beads can be used as a gentle exfoliant, to polish and brighten skins complexion.
Mango is widely used to rid skin of scars and blemishes. It’s rich vitamin C pulp is an effective treatment for pimples and acne.
Mediterranean clay removes toxins and hydrates tired skin.
Helps to heal wounds on the skin, it is especially good for the treatment of acne helping to reduce the appearance of scarring and inflammation.
Olive oil can be used on a number of body parts; including hands, feet, hair, nails, teeth and face.
This soothing ingredient combats dry skin, while deep cleansing to leave skin radiant and fresh, its high antioxidants content can help to delay aging of the skin.
Also used by gardeners as slug repellent, oranges are rich in Vitamin C, which help cleanse the skin removing trapped dirt.
Fresh Papaya (also known as Pawpaw) is an all round ‘good’ fruit. Can be used on a wide range of skin ailments, especially good at healing damaged skin. Also gently removes dead skin cells which can block pores.
Passion flowers are rich in Vitamins C and A and Potassium. Both antibacterial and healing, skin is left clean, purified and protected.
Peach was known as the fruit of kings and emperors in the 10th century. Today it is known for its Vitamin B, A and C complex. Its light, non-greasy texture is suitable for re-hydrating and moisturising even the most sensitive of skins.
An animal friendly alternative that nourishes and plumps fine lines and wrinkles. Skin is left firmer and tighter, leaving you with a youthful glow.
Ancient Chinese mythology believes that the pomegranate which is Latin for seeded apple was the fruit in the Garden of Eden, not the apple.
Pomegranates are renowned for their anti-aging benefits and antioxidant content. They are packed full of Vitamins A, C and E that protect the skin from free-radicals while cleansing.
Rich in Vitamin E and Omega 6; an excellent skin softener and emollient.
Retinol aids in rejuvenating the skin. It belongs to the family of chemical compounds known as retinoids. The retinoids, which include vitamin A were first identified in the retina of the eye hence the name. It is one of the few substances with a small enough molecules to penetrate the outer layers of the skin. This enables it to work to repair the lower layers which make a huge contribution to the appearance of the skin. Once it penetrates deep into the skin, where it becomes fully operative. Wrinkles and lines are gradually smoothed, moisture and elasticity increase. The complexion glows and damage is diminished. Retinol’s beneficial effects have been demonstrated conclusively even though the way it does it is still debated by scientists and clinicians. It might work as a cell-communicating agent, or it could be acting as an antioxidant. What is known for sure is that it assists in creating stronger, collagen and elastin, both of which make the skin more elastic and supple.
The Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks and the Romans considered Rosemary sacred and is great for helping to reduce puffiness and swelling, resulting in firmer skin and better skin tone.
Vitamin E rich Shea Butter restores skin elasticity and seals in moisture, targeting those extra dry areas such as elbows, knees and lips. Also good for reconstructing damaged hair and sealing split ends.
The uplifting aroma of spearmint will not only leave your senses refreshed but your skin as well. Its antioxidant properties will help fight the aging process, as well as cooling irritated skin and tired feet.
Receiving its name from the protective cover (straw) over soil surrounding the plant to retain moisture and stop weed growth, the strawberry, rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C will cleanse the skin leaving it revitalised.
Sweet almond oil has a fine texture, is easily absorbed, and helps to leave the skin soft and satiny smooth.
We can thank Hernan Cortes for introducing Vanilla and Chocolate into Europe. It’s relaxing smell and antioxidant properties leave skin thoroughly cleansed and senses tingling.
A water-soluble vitamin important for healthy skin, teeth, bones, and blood vessels. It is found especially in citrus fruits, tomatoes, potatoes, and green leafy vegetables.
Any of several fat-soluble vitamins consisting of tocopherols, especially alpha-tocopherol, that are found chiefly in plant leaves, wheat germ oil, and milk and that act as antioxidants in the body.
Watermelon boasts fresh, radiant and hydrated skin! Vitamins A, B & C help to remove blemishes and moisturise.
Willow bark extract will help to stimulate the skin and cell growth.
Good for use with oily/combination skin as a cleanser and toner, Witch Hazel also contains Tannin which aids skin repair.
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